Tulip Patch 8-inch PDF

(4 customer reviews)

US$30.00

Print on fabric for better results than with traditional quilt templates.

Sew by hand or machine or both (hybrid).

ISBN: 978-1-990146-23-7 SKU: TULIP Listed under: , ,

Description

The Tulip Patch quilt block was requested by a friend who is learning to quilt and wants to make a quilt for spring. This is a perfect springtime quilt design.

PDF DOWNLOAD – SHAPE COLLECTION 34.5 MB
System Requirements – Windows or Mac with Adobe Reader (not a phone or tablet) and any ordinary color Inkjet printer or all-in-one.

Templates for Tulip Patch Quilt Block 8-inch

I added a bonus shape for anyone who wants to avoid an inset seam.

This shape collection is based on the Tulip Patch (Beyer 363-10). It was originally published by Alice Brooks on March 20, 1935—89 years ago—77 years before my friend was born!

Tulip Patch Quilt Block

You can hand piece with Inklingo if you prefer or you can combine hand and machine piecing (hybrid).

Tulip Patch Quilt Templates

Cut on a line, sew along a line!

When you print the shapes on fabric with Inklingo, you have perfect straight grain, precision corners, and matching marks.

Tulip Patch by J (12 years old)

Tulip Patch Quilt Block by Beginner

This beautiful Tulip Patch makes me smile. It is proof that it is possible for a motivated beginner who loves machine piecing on my Featherweight (Louise) to sew it well. The curves are gentle and a good challenge for a beginner.

My 12-year-old friend chose the fabrics. I love it! This little masterpiece only required a little help with the printing and pinning. There is an improvement on every seam. I wish I had a line to sew along and matching marks when I was learning!

Features of the Tulip Patch 8-inch Shape Collection PDF

  • shapes to print on fabric
  • diagrams showing how much fabric you need
  • shapes without seam allowances to print on paper or freezer paper (just in case you want templates)

Tulip Patch springtime quilt block

& More Good Things about Inklingo Tulip Patch 8-inch Shapes

  • use a rotary cutter or scissors
  • choice of layouts for directional fabric
  • combo layouts to save fabric and time
  • precision corners to make the sewing easier
  • assembly diagrams (See the recommended resources above.)
  • choice of methods—running stitch by hand, chain piecing by machine, or English Paper Piecing by hand

Tulip Patch Quilt Block

Tulip Patch Combo Layouts

This block inspired the combos. Combo Layouts allow Inklingoists to print a variety of shapes on one sheet of fabric to save fabric and save time. Cool, eh?  I printed 3 sheets and had everything I needed for this block. There is straight grain on all the outside edges. Some seams by hand, some by machine.

Love the lines. Quilt more!

Winding Ways – Quilting the Inklingo Way (hardcover or download) is chockful of information that you will find useful when you sew this design.

There is a PDF with everything you need to know about printing on fabric too.

Tulip Patch EQ Project

Electric Quilt project file for Inklingo Tulip Patch quilt block

Tulip Patch Electric Quilt Project free to download

You do not need Electric Quilt software to use Inklingo but it is a great tool for designing quilts and counting the shapes. See all the free Inklingo Electric Quilt project files.

4 reviews for Tulip Patch 8-inch PDF

  1. Susan

    Well done. Impressive for a beginner. I love the fabric choices too!

    • Linda

      I agree with you, Susan!

  2. Annika

    That’s an amazing machine pieced curved block! Well done, beginning quilter! He should be very proud, and I hope he really enjoys doing this.

    • Linda

      Hi Annika, Yes, a new quilter is born! He really enjoys sewing.

  3. Nan Palmer

    I’m so tickled that a young quilter did this! Linda, you are teaching to everyone!

    • Linda

      Thank you, Nan! My friend is teaching me too. I learn from his questions about Inklingo and enjoy his design choices. Russ is amazed by him too.

  4. Cathi

    Wow! What a fabulous job was done on the first curved block by the young quilter!! Love the choice of that block design, love the fabric choices, love the finished block!!

    • Linda

      Thank you for the encouragement, Cathi!

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